Image Data Modeling and Language for Parallel Processing
In order to process image data, it is necessary to assume a suitable model and apply it to the observed image data by means of some programming language. For this purpose, the concept of a hierarchical structure in image data should be introduced with respect to a model applicable to the image data as a whole.
KeywordsContour Line Parallel Processing Control Section Structure Line Partial Feature
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